Apple SVP of Internet Services Eddy Cue has confirmed that Beats Music will remain available on both Android and Windows Phone devices following Apple’s acquisition of the company, making it Apple’s first app on a non-iOS platform. Cue’s comments came at Re/code’s inaugural Code Conference.
Some of these things, like iMessage, are really integrated deeply into the hardware. Those types of opportunites are more difficult to do with other other hardware, but we’ll keep providing some services to other platforms. Like Beats, for instance. It’s on Android now and we want to keep it that way.
Immediately following the announcement of its acquisition by Apple, Beats Music announced in an update to its iOS app that new users will now receive an extended 14-day free trial period, and annual subscription pricing would drop from $120 to $100 per year.
The Beats Music app is available FREE for the iPhone and iPad on the App Store.[DIRECT LINK]